OK site, but overrated and hard to navigate. There are so many sub
pages within the site such as the JPL and other mission sites.
- A scientific experiment that harnesses the power of hundreds of
thousands of Internet-connected computers in the Search for ExtraTerrestrial
Intelligence). You can participate by running a free program that
downloads and analyzes radio telescope data. There's a small but
captivating possibility that your computer will detect the faint
murmur of a civilization beyond Earth.
Ultimate Space Place
- Space history,
memorabilia, missions, and more. Easy to navigate and loaded with
useful information. Includes all space missions from Mercury to
the space shuttle.
- The most popular astronomy magazine in the world sales wise. Good
content, but lack of information.. more ads than pictures.
of a BlueMoon - Only site on bluemoons I know of. Mostly personal
beliefs and other spiritual things related to blue moons.
- Friend of mine who takes his own pictures with his scope.
He takes good photos and shows off his scope with pictures of it
and the camera he uses.
PhotoGallery - Great photos of distance galaxies taken with
a advance (an expensive) telescope. Also contains a great adjuster
to set you monitor to the correct contrast and brightness.
- Excellent magazine with the best content and images around. Based
in the UK shipping and handling is a pain which is why many choose
"Astronomy Magazine" instead.
Astronomy in your face
- Exactly what the title says. Pictures, information, links, and
more. Includes a "sky journal" and news updates.
Hawking's Universe - The best TV program and book ever.
You will learn more with this book and movie than you will reading
any other video/book set.
- This guy has some amazing ideas and theories, but good luck understanding
them. Not for the beginner or intermediate astronomer.
Space Plasma Group -
Another site for only experienced users.
- Decent amount of information on cosmology and definitions of cosmology